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Each year, Instructional Design and eTeaching Services offers a day-long program modeling uses of technology in teaching and innovative technological solutions for pedagogical problems. Instructors who have recently developed ebooks, web sites or similar resources are invited to demonstrate their projects at showcase events, and hands-on workshops give faculty members an opportunity to learn new software and other tools. Over lunch, a nationally recognized leader in educational technology delivers a keynote address on new opportunities and developments in the world of eTeaching.

2014

KEYNOTE

  • Dr. Mizuko Ito Connected Learning

2013

KEYNOTE

  • Dr. Gardner Campbell From Memex to YouTube: Cognition, Learning, and the Internet

2012

KEYNOTE

  • Dr. Eric Mazur Educating the Innovators of the 21st Century

2011

KEYNOTE

  • Dr. David Bogen and Dr. Eric Gordon Intimacy, Expertise, and the "Problem" of Attention

2010

KEYNOTE

  • Dr. Richard E. Miller and Dr. Paul D. Hammond This is How We Think: Learning in Public After the Paradigm Shift

2009

KEYNOTE

  • Dr. Julie Little Innovation in Action: New Learning Environments for the 21st Century

2008 Fall

KEYNOTE

  • Philip Schiller Worldwide Product Marketing, Apple

2008 spring

KEYNOTE

  • Dr. Henry Jenkins What Wikipedia Can Teach Us About the New Media Literacies

2007

KEYNOTE

  • Miguel Wolk and Dr. Lynn O'Brien iTunes U Launch and Digital Media Development

2006

KEYNOTE

  • Marc Prensky Engage Me or Enrage Me

2005 winter

KEYNOTE

  • Gerry Hanley A Taste of MERLOT in Teaching and Learning

2005 spring

KEYNOTE

  • Jon Paul Potts Open Course Ware                                              

2004

KEYNOTE

  • Steven Gilbert TLT Group